Podcast: What the Heck is blockchain?

I had the pleasure of being a part of the Thomson Reuters Innovation Podcast series recently.  This was a discussion about blockchain.  In this talk with Katherine Manuel, Senior Vice President of Innovation in Strategy/Business Development, Jordan Kleinsmith – Director, Innovation in Strategy/Business Development and Sam Chadwick – Director of Strategy in Innovation and Blockchain in Strategy/Business Development.

For an in-depth read, check out more insights at: https://www.thomsonreuters.com/en/reports/blockchain.html

Listen to the Podcast on blockchain here.

 

Thomson Reuters Innovation Lab at Communitech – Kitchener, Canada

By Joseph Raczynski

Visit to the Communitech Innovation Lab near Waterloo Canada to see the Thomson Reuters Innovation Lab. In addition, a group of customers and TR employees went through a Design Thinking Workshop. Other companies at the location include; Google, GM, TD Bank, Canon, Deloitte, Fairfax Financial, Manulife.  Special thanks to Brian Zubert for all of his hospitality and education during the day.

360 Video: Design Thinking Workshop – Thomson Reuters Innovation Lab at Communitech

By Joseph Raczynski

360 Degree Video of a Design Thinking Workshop at Communitech, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. Led by Dave Inglis we start down the path of a Design Thinking Workshop with Alston & Bird. Shot with the #SamsungGear360.

*With 360 Video you can move the video around to whichever view you would like at any point. Please click and hold the video and move the screen around in any direction.

WHITE PAPER – WEST POINTS OF CUSTOMIZED INTEGRATION

By Joseph Raczynski

In the ever-evolving legal marketplace, law firms, corporate legal, and government
agencies are seeking to deliver rich, more dynamic, intelligent environments for
their users. As the new normal solidifies, tailoring specific content through selective dissemination embodies the essence of this new reality. At West, two primary complementry services exist to best position a legal department for success. Web
Parts provide pointed, personalized information integration in a portal, while deeper
levels of true customization of West’s products and services also exist. Both can
be requested by any West client. We continue to develop innovative, customized
solutions to correspond with evolving user workflow. In this White Paper, I outline
current West Web Parts and other customized integrations.

White Paper Link